Louth is full of activities and tourist attractions that can keep the whole family occupied, including:
County Louth Golf Club Baltray & Seapoint Golf Clubs are both excellent 18 hole links courses, located less then five minutes away from Flynns Hotel. Baltray hosted the Irish Open as recently as 2009.
Flynns Hotel is within close proximity to Bellewstown and Laytown (where they race on the beach), plus a number of large Equestrian centers located throughout Louth & Meath, Flynns Hotel is conveniently located to a broad range of equestrian opportunities to meet your every need.
Recommended Equestrian Centres include:
Why not take a relaxing walk along by the sea and the East Coast, with views, on a clear day, of the Cooley Peninsula to the north or the mountains of Howth & Lambay Island and Irelands Eye to the South.
If you would like to take a historical walk, there are the “Medieval” or “Historical Boyne Valley” walks which will provide an opportunity to find out more about the colourful history of Louth and Meath
This area of Louth has one of the most historic sections of river, as the Boyne and the Blackwater join at Navan, and run through the hills & fields of Louth to the Irish Sea. Flynns Hotel is an ideal location to enjoy a relaxing fishing break in County Louth.
Other Local Attractions include:
- Termonfeckin Castle
- Monasterboice Tower and High Cross
- Mellifont Abbey
- Historical Drogheda including St Laurence’s Gate & The Viaduct
- Cuchulainn’s Stone & Fort
- Hill of Tara
- Slane Castle
- List of ancient Monuments